Twenty-one HHD student-athletes earn academic All-Big Ten Honors

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Twenty-one student-athletes from the College of Health and Human Development are among 83 Penn State student-athletes to have earned Academic All-Big Ten Honors for earning a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher during the 2013 fall semester.

Katie Rodden, a junior majoring in kinesiology and participating in women's cross-country running, earned a perfect 4.0 grade-point average during the 2013 fall semester.

Other students who received a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher during the 2013 fall semester, are:

Communication sciences and disorders

-- Katie Slay (senior), communication sciences and disorders
-- Danielle Kocjancic (senior), communication sciences and disorders

Heath policy and administration

-- Ty Howle (graduate student), health policy and administration
-- Kendall Pierce (senior), health policy and administration

Health and human development

-- Eugene Lewis (freshman), health and human development
-- Megan Courtney (senior), health and human development

Kinesiology

-- Ashtin Klinger (senior), kinesiology
-- Larent Purvis (senior), kinesiology
-- Kyle Carter (senior), kinesiology
-- Ryan Keiser (junior), kinesiology
-- Gwenn Porter (senior), kinesiology
-- Christian Kaschak (junior), kinesiology
-- Maya Hayes (senior), kinesiology

Nutritional sciences

-- Abbie Benson (junior), nutritional sciences
-- Lauren Mills (junior), nutritional sciences

Recreation, park and tourism management

-- Katie Breneman (junior); recreation, park and tourism management
-- Abby Fuhrman (senior); recreation, park and tourism management
-- Brittany Grzywacz (senior); recreation, park and tourism management
-- Taylor Herold (junior); recreation, park and tourism management
-- Raquel Rodriguez (senior); recreation, park and tourism management

Last Updated March 28, 2014